Canadians are using more water: Resources declining. Consumption second only to United States

Glacier cover in the Canadian Rockies is nearing its lowest point in 10,000 years and water levels on the St. Lawrence Seaway have fallen significantly in the past century, says the federal government's latest compilation of environmental statistics. While the country's water resources diminish, however, water consumption by Canadians is among the highest per capita in the world.

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